Quotation punctuation (such as quotation marks) that is quoting
the contents of the element must not appear immediately before,
after, or inside
q elements; they will be inserted into
the rendering by the user agent.
Content inside a
q element must be quoted from
another source, whose address, if it has one, may be cited in the
cite attribute. The
source may be fictional, as when quoting characters in a novel or
cite attribute is present, it must be a valid URL
potentially surrounded by spaces. To obtain the corresponding citation
link, the value of the attribute must be resolved relative to
the element. User agents may allow users to follow such citation links, but they are
primarily intended for private use (e.g. by server-side scripts collecting statistics about a
site’s use of quotations), not for readers.
q element must not be used in place of quotation
marks that d
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